Ensure Your World Cup 2010 Accommodation With Azure Holidays

Chippenham, Uk (PressExposure) January 01, 2010 -- Azure Holidays are a specialist villa holidays vendor, and have been trading online since 2007, offering their clients the very best accommodation in top locations around the world.

Azure holidays have been watching the FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying rounds with a keen eye and celebrated alongside the rest of the nation when England qualified for the tournament finals emphatically. As such, they are pleased to announce that they have accommodation available in Cape Town for customers wishing to travel out to South Africa to support the team in person.

Azure Holidays have ensured that they have plenty of apartments and luxury villas available in South Africa for the World Cup Finals and can offer luxury villas in the Cape Town area at affordable prices in prime locations such as Camps Bay, Hout Bay Beach and Fresnaye, amongst many other locations. Most are located close to stadiums and are in pristine locations for travelling fans.

"With England qualifying for the 2010 World Cup with considerable ease, the nation is looking forward to cheering on the team in person and will need accommodation in South Africa as a result," commented Andrew Jones of Azure Holidays. "We at Azure Holidays are here to make sure travelling supporters get a fair deal when cheering on the boys, and have a large range of residences close to stadia to rent as a result, with fantastic views and nightlife available."

For more information about Azure Holidays and their services call 0124 965 6994 or visit http://www.azureholidays.com

About Azure Holidays

Established in 2007, Azure Holidays are a holiday specialist dedicated to bringing stunning villa rentals directly to their clients direct from the owner, facilitating great value for money in destinations Europe-wide including Spain, Portugal and Tenerife.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 01, 2010 at 12:08 pm
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